Michael Brown, professionally known as Michael Ealy, is an American actor. He is known for his roles in Barbershop,2 Fast 2 Furious, Think Like a Man, About Last Night, Think Like a Man Too, Ealy starred as Dorian the android in the Fox TV science fiction police drama series Almost Human. Ealy was born in Washington, D. C. and was raised in Silver Spring, Ealy graduated from Springbrook High School and attended the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland. His mother worked for IBM and his father was in the grocery business and he started his acting career in the late 1990s, appearing in a number of off-Broadway stage productions. Among his first film roles were Bad Company and Kissing Jessica Stein and his breakout role came in 2002s Barbershop, in which he plays reformed street thug Ricky Nash, a role that he reprised in the 2004 sequel, Barbershop 2, Back in Business. In 2003, he played the role of Slap Jack in the installment of the Fast. Later in 2004, Ealy appeared in Never Die Alone with DMX and he appeared in Mariah Careys music video for her hit single Get Your Number from her 2005 album The Emancipation of Mimi.
In 2005, Ealy co-starred in the Television film version of Their Eyes Were Watching God, produced by Oprah Winfrey and Quincy Jones, the same year, he starred in the independent film Jellysmoke, directed by Mark Banning. In December 2008 he was featured in the movie Seven Pounds alongside Will Smith as Ben Thomas and he starred as the male lead in Beyoncés Halo music video, and as CIA Field Officer Marshall Vogel in the ABC television series FlashForward. Ealy appears in the coffee table book by celebrity photographer John Russo. He is currently working on independent writing projects, in 2010, Ealy appeared as attorney Derrick Bond in the second season of The Good Wife. Common Law premiered following Fairly Legal on Friday, May 11,2012, Ealy appeared as Dominic in the 2012 ensemble comedy Think Like a Man and its 2014 sequel, Think Like a Man Too, and appeared as Papa Joe in the 2012 inspirational film Unconditional. He appeared opposite Think Like a Man co-star Kevin Hart in the 2014 remake of About Last Night, in 2013, Ealy signed on to play co-lead Dorian in the Fox television series Almost Human.
The sci-fi police procedural takes place in the year 2048 and follows the relationship between two cops as they struggle to solve crimes that involve complex technology. Ealy depicts the android Dorian, an older, DRN android model that is considered to be less due to its artificial emotions. The show aired for one season on Fox from 2013 to 2014, in 2015, Ealy played serial killer Theo in season 3 of the Fox television series The Following. He starred as Eric Warner in the season of the ABC mystery crime series Secrets and Lies. Since 2017 Ealy has starred in the season of Being Mary Jane opposite Gabrielle Union
Joel T. Schumacher is an American film director and producer. He is best known for directing The Incredible Shrinking Woman, St. Elmos Fire, Batman Forever, A Time to Kill, Batman & Robin, Phone Booth, The Phantom of the Opera and The Number 23. Before he launched his career as a director, Schumacher wrote the adaptation of The Wiz. Schumacher was born in New York City. His mother was a Swedish Jew, and his father was a Baptist from Knoxville, Schumacher studied at Parsons The New School for Design and The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. After first working in the industry, he realized his true love was in filmmaking. Schumachers first screenplay was for the musical drama Sparkle in 1976 and he wrote the screenplays for the 1976 low-budget hit movie Car Wash, 1978s The Wiz — an adaptation of the stage play of the same name — and a number of other minor successes. His film directorial debut was The Incredible Shrinking Woman in 1981, the Brat Pack films St. Elmos Fire and The Lost Boys were two of Schumachers biggest hits.
Their style impressed audiences and their success allowed studios to trust him with ever-larger projects. He states in the commentary for St. Elmos Fire that he resents the Brat Pack label. Schumacher has directed two adaptations of John Grishams novels, The Client and A Time to Kill, Grisham personally requested that Schumacher return to direct A Time to Kill. Schumacher replaced Tim Burton as the director of the Batman film franchise when he directed Batman Forever in 1995, val Kilmer replaced Michael Keaton in the title role, despite a lukewarm critical reception, the film scored the highest-grossing opening weekend of 1995. It finished as the second highest-grossing film of the year in North America, after this success, Warner Bros. hired Schumacher to direct a sequel, Batman & Robin, in 1997. The film did not perform as well at the box office as its predecessors, Warner Bros. subsequently put the Batman movie series on hiatus, canceling Schumachers next planned Batman movie, Batman Unchained.
On the DVD commentary, Schumacher has admitted that his movie disappointed fans of darker Batman adaptations, saying that the film was made intentionally marketable and kid-friendly. He claims to have been under pressure from the studio to do so, however, he admits full responsibility and, at one point. Schumacher is a devoted Batman fan himself, and has said he would have preferred an adaptation of the comic Batman. After back-to-back Grisham and Batman films, Schumacher decided to reinvent his career with darker, lower-budget fare like 8MM with Nicolas Cage, 8MM was entered into the 49th Berlin International Film Festival. In 1999, Schumacher directed the video for Letting the Cables Sleep by English rock band Bush
John M. Slattery, Jr. is an American actor and director. He has received four Primetime Emmy Awards nominations and two Critics Choice Television Awards for Mad Men and he was part of the Mad Men ensemble cast that won two SAG Awards. In 2013, Slattery directed his first feature film, Gods Pocket, the film, based on a 1983 novel of same name by Pete Dexter, premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, and was picked up for distribution by IFC Films. Slattery was born in Boston, Massachusetts, to Joan, a retired CPA, and John Jack Slattery and he is one of six children. Slattery is of Irish descent and was raised Roman Catholic and he attended high school at St. Sebastians School in Needham and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from The Catholic University of America in 1984. Slattery said when he was younger he loved both TV and movies, staying up late to them and making it very hard to wake up in the morning. As a young boy, he dreamed of being a baseball player, in March 2007, he began a series of appearances on Desperate Housewives portraying Victor Lang, Gabrielle Soliss second husband, until his characters death in Season 4.
In December 2009, Slattery appeared on The Colbert Report in a commercial advertising gold. Slattery played Paul Moore, boyfriend of Katherine Watson in the film Mona Lisa Smile and he had a small part as a teacher in the film Sleepers. He appeared as a government promoter in the Clint Eastwood feature Flags of our Fathers, Slattery narrates the audiobook version of Don DeLillos 2007 novel Falling Man, Stephen Kings 2008 psychological horror novel Duma Key, and Ernest Hemingways 1929 novel A Farewell to Arms. In 2015, Slattery portrayed journalist Ben Bradlee Jr. Slattery is an athlete who both skis and surfs. He married actress Talia Balsam in 1998, and together they have a son, broadway The Front Page,2016 John Slattery at the Internet Movie Database John Slattery at the TCM Movie Database John Slattery at AllMovie
The Chicago Sun-Times is a daily newspaper published in Chicago, Illinois. It is the paper of the Sun-Times Media Group. The Chicago Sun-Times is the oldest continuously published daily newspaper in the city and it began in 1844 as the Chicago Daily Journal, which was the first newspaper to publish the rumor, now believed false, that a cow owned by Catherine OLeary was responsible for the Chicago fire. The Evening Journal, whose West Side building at 17-19 S. Canal was undamaged, in 1929, the newspaper was relaunched as the Chicago Daily Illustrated Times. The modern paper grew out of the 1948 merger of the Chicago Sun, founded December 4,1941 by Marshall Field III, and the Chicago Daily Times. The newspaper was owned by Field Enterprises, controlled by the Marshall Field family, when the Daily News ended its run in 1978, much of its staff, including Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Mike Royko, were moved to the Sun-Times. During the Field period, the newspaper had a populist, progressive character that leaned Democratic but was independent of the citys Democratic establishment, although the graphic style was urban tabloid, the paper was well regarded for journalistic quality and did not rely on sensational front-page stories.
It typically ran articles from the Washington Post/Los Angeles Times wire service, the advice column Ask Ann Landers debuted in 1943. Ann Landers was the pseudonym of staff writer Ruth Crowley, who answered readers letters until 1955, eppie Lederer, sister of Dear Abby columnist Abigail van Buren, assumed the role thereafter as Ann Landers. Kups Column, written by Irv Kupcinet, made its first appearance in 1943, Jack Olsen joined the Sun-Times as editor-in-chief in 1954, before moving on to Time and Sports Illustrated magazines and authoring true-crime books. Hired as literary editor in 1955 was Hoke Norris, who covered the civil-rights movement for the Sun-Times. Jerome Holtzman became a member of the Chicago Sun sports department after first being a boy for the Daily News in the 1940s. He and Edgar Munzel, another longtime sportswriter for the paper, famed for his World War II exploits, two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Bill Mauldin made the Sun-Times his home base in 1962. The following year, Mauldin drew one of his most renowned illustrations, two years out of college, Roger Ebert became a staff writer in 1966, and a year was named Sun-Times film critic.
He continued in this role for the remainder of his life, after the friend wrote a story about it, Grizzard fired Banks. With that, the employees union intervened, a federal arbitrator ruled for Banks and 13 months later. The articles received considerable publicity and acclaim, but a nomination for the Pulitzer Prize met resistance from some who believed the Mirage series represented a form of entrapment. In March 1978, the afternoon publication the Chicago Daily News, sister paper of the Sun-Times
Kerry Marisa Washington is an American actress. She has starred in the independent films Our Song, The Dead Girl and Child, in 2016, she portrayed Anita Hill in the HBO television film Confirmation and was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie. In April 2014, Time magazine included Washington in its annual Time 100 list, Washington was born in the Bronx, New York City, the daughter of Valerie, a professor and educational consultant, and Earl Washington, a real estate broker. Her fathers family is of African American origin, having migrated from South Carolina to Brooklyn, through her mother, she is a cousin of the former U. S. Secretary of State Colin Powell. Youth Theater teen group and attended the Spence School in Manhattan from her pre-teen years until graduating high school in 1994. At age 13, she was taken to watch Nelson Mandela speak at Yankee Stadium upon his release from prison and she attended George Washington University, graduating Phi Beta Kappa in 1998 with a double major in anthropology and sociology.
She studied at Michael Howard Studios in New York City, in April 2016, Washington confirmed that, in the 1990s in New York, she learned to dance from Jennifer Lopez. During her appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, she told host Jimmy Fallon that Ive been taking dance for a long time, she left to move to Los Angeles and be on the TV show In Living Color. So, yes, I learned to dance from JLo, Washington got her Screen Actors Guild card as a requirement for a commercial that she starred in. Washington made her debut in the ABC telefilm Magical Make-Over. She was in the cast of the 1996 PBS sketch comedy-style educational series Standard Deviants, and she appeared in the short 3D and she went on to appear in several movies, including Save the Last Dance and The Human Stain. In 2004, she played the lead in Spike Lees She Hate Me. After 2004, she held parts in Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Little Man, I Think I Love My Wife, and as a wife of 1970s Ugandan dictator Idi Amin in the UK historical drama The Last King of Scotland.
Washington has appeared in the role of Chelina Hall on the ABC television series Boston Legal. Washington narrated the acclaimed documentary about the New Orleans-based teenage TBC Brass Band. She appears in Maxwells Bad Habits video, in 2010, she made her Broadway debut in David Mamets Race, alongside James Spader, David Alan Grier, and Richard Thomas. She appeared in Tyler Perrys 2010 film For Colored Girls, in October 2011, it was confirmed that she would star in Quentin Tarantinos film Django Unchained, which was released in 2012 and received widespread critical acclaim. She was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts, in 2013, Washington ranked No.2 in People magazines 100 Most Beautiful people and was named Woman of the Year by Glamour magazine
The Czech Republic, known as Czechia, is a nation state in Central Europe bordered by Germany to the west, Austria to the south, Slovakia to the east and Poland to the northeast. The Czech Republic covers an area of 78,866 square kilometres with mostly temperate continental climate and it is a unitary parliamentary republic, has 10.5 million inhabitants and the capital and largest city is Prague, with over 1.2 million residents. The Czech Republic includes the territories of Bohemia, Moravia. The Czech state was formed in the late 9th century as the Duchy of Bohemia under the Great Moravian Empire, after the fall of the Empire in 907, the centre of power transferred from Moravia to Bohemia under the Přemyslid dynasty. In 1002, the duchy was formally recognized as part of the Holy Roman Empire, becoming the Kingdom of Bohemia in 1198 and reaching its greatest territorial extent in the 14th century. Following the Battle of Mohács in 1526, the whole Crown of Bohemia was gradually integrated into the Habsburg Monarchy alongside the Archduchy of Austria, the Protestant Bohemian Revolt against the Catholic Habsburgs led to the Thirty Years War.
After the Battle of the White Mountain, the Habsburgs consolidated their rule, reimposed Roman Catholicism, the Czech part of Czechoslovakia was occupied by Germany in World War II, and was liberated in 1945 by the armies of the Soviet Union and the United States. The Czech country lost the majority of its German-speaking inhabitants after they were expelled following the war, the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia won the 1946 elections. Following the 1948 coup détat, Czechoslovakia became a one-party communist state under Soviet influence, in 1968, increasing dissatisfaction with the regime culminated in a reform movement known as the Prague Spring, which ended in a Soviet-led invasion. Czechoslovakia remained occupied until the 1989 Velvet Revolution, when the communist regime collapsed, on 6 March 1990, the Czech Socialistic Republic was renamed to the Czech Republic. On 1 January 1993, Czechoslovakia peacefully dissolved, with its constituent states becoming the independent states of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic.
The Czech Republic joined NATO in 1999 and the European Union in 2004, it is a member of the United Nations, the OECD, the OSCE, and it is a developed country with an advanced, high income economy and high living standards. The UNDP ranks the country 14th in inequality-adjusted human development, the Czech Republic ranks as the 6th most peaceful country, while achieving strong performance in democratic governance. It has the lowest unemployment rate in the European Union, the traditional English name Bohemia derives from Latin Boiohaemum, which means home of the Boii. The current name comes from the endonym Čech, spelled Cžech until the reform in 1842. The name comes from the Slavic tribe and, according to legend, their leader Čech, the etymology of the word Čech can be traced back to the Proto-Slavic root *čel-, meaning member of the people, thus making it cognate to the Czech word člověk. The country has traditionally divided into three lands, namely Bohemia in the west, Moravia in the southeast, and Czech Silesia in the northeast.
Following the dissolution of Czechoslovakia at the end of 1992, the Czech part of the former nation found itself without a common single-word geographical name in English, the name Czechia /ˈtʃɛkiə/ was recommended by the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Detective Alonzo Harris is the main antagonist in the 2001 film Training Day. He is portrayed by American actor Denzel Washington, for his performance, Washington won the Academy Award for Best Actor. Detective Alonzo Harris is a highly decorated Los Angeles Police Department narcotics officer who has worked for thirteen years on the streets. Alonzo runs an aggressive narcotics unit that is known for making major drug seizures, however, he uses controversial and radical methods and is one of the most feared officers due to corruption. A ruthless sociopath, he is a man who does anything, including murder, for money. He is married with four sons but has a Salvadoran mistress Sara, at the beginning of the movie, Alonzo must evaluate the young patrol officer, Jake Hoyt, as a possible addition to his narcotics unit. Alonzo and Jake bust a small group of college kids buying marijuana in a known drug neighborhood and he forces Jake to smoke marijuana, that is laced with PCP, saying that if Jake refuses he wont be worthy to join the unit.
Jake agrees and smokes the marijuana as Alonzo drives to the home of Roger, while driving, Jake notices a female high school student named Letty being sexually assaulted. Jake Hoyt subdues the attackers while Alonzo watches, Alonzo tells Letty to leave while he takes the attackers crack and money and beats them up but lets them go. Jake finds Lettys wallet on the ground and takes it, Alonzo and Jake apprehend a wheelchair-bound drug dealer named Blue and find crack rocks and a loaded 9mm Glock 19 pistol on him. In exchange for his freedom, Blue reveals his associate, Kevin Sandman Miller, Alonzo takes Jake to Sandmans home in Watts where he uses a fake search warrant to steal $40,000 in drug money from the premises. Sandmans wife notices and calls out to the armed gang members who open fire but Alonzo. Jake expresses his reluctance but Alonzo says Jake must decide if he wants to join the narcotics unit. The duo visit Alonzos Salvadoran mistress Sara and their son at Baldwin Village. At lunch, Alonzo meets with three high-ranking police officials nicknamed the Three Wise Men and they tell Alonzo they know he owes money to the Russian Mafia for an incident over the weekend in Las Vegas and suggest that he leave town.
But Alonzo insists he can control the situation and gets permission to cash in on an account, Alonzo tells Jake that he had to give Sandmans money to the Three Wise Men to obtain an arrest warrant. Alonzo and his associates go to Rogers home, Alonzo steals $4 million in drug money from underneath Rogers kitchen floor and kills him with a 12 gauge Mossberg 500 shotgun. Alonzo arranges the scene to appear like a shooting
Seattle is a seaport city on the west coast of the United States and the seat of King County, Washington. With an estimated 684,451 residents as of 2015, Seattle is the largest city in both the state of Washington and the Pacific Northwest region of North America. In July 2013, it was the major city in the United States. The city is situated on an isthmus between Puget Sound and Lake Washington, about 100 miles south of the Canada–United States border, a major gateway for trade with Asia, Seattle is the fourth-largest port in North America in terms of container handling as of 2015. The Seattle area was inhabited by Native Americans for at least 4,000 years before the first permanent European settlers. Arthur A. Denny and his group of travelers, subsequently known as the Denny Party, arrived from Illinois via Portland, the settlement was moved to the eastern shore of Elliott Bay and named Seattle in 1852, after Chief Siahl of the local Duwamish and Suquamish tribes. Logging was Seattles first major industry, but by the late-19th century, growth after World War II was partially due to the local Boeing company, which established Seattle as a center for aircraft manufacturing.
The Seattle area developed as a technology center beginning in the 1980s, in 1994, Internet retailer Amazon was founded in Seattle. The stream of new software and Internet companies led to an economic revival, Seattle has a noteworthy musical history. From 1918 to 1951, nearly two dozen jazz nightclubs existed along Jackson Street, from the current Chinatown/International District, to the Central District, the jazz scene developed the early careers of Ray Charles, Quincy Jones, Ernestine Anderson, and others. Seattle is the birthplace of rock musician Jimi Hendrix and the alternative rock subgenre grunge, archaeological excavations suggest that Native Americans have inhabited the Seattle area for at least 4,000 years. By the time the first European settlers arrived, the people occupied at least seventeen villages in the areas around Elliott Bay, the first European to visit the Seattle area was George Vancouver, in May 1792 during his 1791–95 expedition to chart the Pacific Northwest. In 1851, a party led by Luther Collins made a location on land at the mouth of the Duwamish River.
Thirteen days later, members of the Collins Party on the way to their claim passed three scouts of the Denny Party, members of the Denny Party claimed land on Alki Point on September 28,1851. The rest of the Denny Party set sail from Portland, after a difficult winter, most of the Denny Party relocated across Elliott Bay and claimed land a second time at the site of present-day Pioneer Square, naming this new settlement Duwamps. For the next few years, New York Alki and Duwamps competed for dominance, david Swinson Doc Maynard, one of the founders of Duwamps, was the primary advocate to name the settlement after Chief Sealth of the Duwamish and Suquamish tribes. The name Seattle appears on official Washington Territory papers dated May 23,1853, in 1855, nominal land settlements were established. On January 14,1865, the Legislature of Territorial Washington incorporated the Town of Seattle with a board of managing the city
48 Hrs. is a 1982 American action comedy film directed by Walter Hill, starring Nick Nolte and Eddie Murphy as a cop and convict, who team up to catch a cop-killer. The title refers to the amount of time they have to solve the crime and it is Joel Silvers first film as a film producer. The screenplay was written by Hill, Roger Spottiswoode, Larry Gross, Steven E. de Souza and it is often credited as being the first film in the buddy cop genre, which included the subsequent films Beverly Hills Cop, Lethal Weapon, and Rush Hour. A sequel, Another 48 Hrs. was released on June 8,1990, two days later and Billy kill Henry Wong, an associate of theirs. P. Polson, who is in room 27, Jack waits downstairs while Algren and Van Zant head to room 27, where it turns out that G. P. He kills Van Zant and Algren, and escapes with Billy, Jack manages to work alone in the search for Ganz and visits Reggie at the prison. Jack gets Reggie a 48-hour leave from the prison so Reggie can help Jack find Ganz, Reggie leads Jack to an apartment where Ganzs last remaining associate Luther lives.
When Jack looks around, Luther shoots at him and refuses to be interrogated and that night, Reggie leads Jack to Torchys, a redneck hangout where Billy used to be a bartender. Reggie, on a challenge from Jack, shakes the bar down and they get a lead on Billys old girlfriend, but this leads nowhere, as the girlfriend says she threw Billy out. Instead of splitting the money, Ganz sold Reggie out, resulting in his incarceration and it was the reason why Ganz and Billy took Luthers girlfriend Rosalie, they wanted Luther to get Reggies money in exchange for her safe return. However, Luther goes and gets the car, and Jack, however, recognizes Jack, and Ganz and Billy escape, while Reggie chases after Luther. Left with nothing, Jack ends up going back to the police station, Jack goes to Vromans, in the Fillmore district, to find Reggie, who has tracked Luther to a hotel across the street. Jack, apologizes for continuously berating and insulting Reggie and he lends Reggie some money to pay for a hotel room to have sex with a girl hes met, but as he leaves the club with her, he sees Luther leave the hotel.
Luther gets onto a bus driven by Billy and hands over the money to Ganz. Ganz spots Jack and Reggie following them, and a car chase/gunfight ensues, at this point following a heated verbal thrashing from Jacks boss Haden and Reggie are ready to resign themselves to the fact that they failed to catch Ganz. At a local bar, Jack wonders if Billy might go back to see his girl and Reggie force their way inside and after a brief confrontation Reggie shoots Billy. Ganz escapes into a maze of alleyways, capturing Reggie, before being killed by Jack, Jack takes Reggie to go see the girl he had met earlier at Vromans. Jack leaves the money in Reggies car, but asks for a loan on another Cadillac when he gets out a changed man, Jack disapproves and takes Reggie back to prison
Garcelle Beauvais is a Haitian-American actress and former fashion model. She is best known for her roles as Francesca Fancy Monroe on The WB television sitcom, The Jamie Foxx Show, which ran from 1996 to 2001, Beauvais was born in Saint-Marc, Haiti, to Marie-Claire Beauvais, a nurse, and Axel Jean Pierre, a lawyer. After her parents divorced and her six elder siblings moved with their mother to the United States, first to Massachusetts and to Miami. At age seventeen, Beauvais went to New York City to pursue a career as a model, after she was signed with Ford Models. She modeled print ads for Avon, Mary Kay, and Clairol and she has appeared in Essence and Ebony, and is the cover model for the Jet June 6,2011 issue. She posed for Playboys August 2007 issue, in 1994, Beauvais first gained national attention as an actress playing the role of Cynthia Nichols in the primetime Aaron Spelling soap opera Models Inc. From 1996 to 2001, she co-starred in The Jamie Foxx Show as hotel employee Francesca Fancy Monroe, from 2001 to 2004, she played Assistant District Attorney Valerie Heywood and the love interest of Detective Baldwin Jones on NYPD Blue.
In 2011 and 2012, Beauvais played a character on the TNT law drama Franklin & Bash, in 2013 Beauvais once again played the love interest to Jamie Foxx, playing the First Lady while he played the President in White House Down. She starred in R. Kellys music video for Down Low, as the wife of Ronald Isley, in 2001, after the Jamie Foxx Show ended its run, Beauvais appeared in Luther Vandross music video, Take You Out, playing Vandross girlfriend. She appeared on episodes of Grimm as Henrietta. In 2016, Beauvais was named as one of the co-hosts of the syndicated infotainment discussion series Hollywood Today Live after a period of guest hosting the show. 2013 MPAH Haiti Movie Awards - Honorary Award from the Motion Picture Association of Haiti In 2008, in 2013, she published a childrens book, I Am Mixed, which was about diversity and race. She was married to producer Daniel Saunders, their marriage ended in divorce and they had a son, Oliver Saunders, born in 1991. Beauvais married Mike Nilon, an Agent for the Creative Artists Agency and their twin sons, Jax Joseph and Jaid Thomas Nilon, were born on October 18,2007.
They had dealt with treatment over five years for infertility, in April 2010, it was reported that Beauvais had discovered that Nilon was having a five-year extramarital affair. Beauvais issued a statement on April 9,2010, explaining that her focus at this time is on my kids, Beauvais filed for divorce from Nilon on May 10,2010, seeking joint custody of their sons. The couples divorce was finalized on April 1,2011, list of people from Miami Garcelle Beauvais at the Internet Movie Database
Jerome Leon Jerry Bruckheimer is an American film and television producer. He has been active in the genres of action and his best known television series are CSI, Crime Scene Investigation, CSI, Miami, CSI, NY, Without a Trace, Cold Case, and the U. S. version of The Amazing Race. At one point, three of his TV series ranked among the top 10 in the U. S. ratings—a unique feat in television and he serves as a Director at ZeniMax Media. Many of his films have produced by Disney and Paramount, while many of his television series have been co-produced by Warner Bros. Bruckheimer was born in Detroit, the son of German Jewish immigrants and he graduated from Mumford High School in Detroit, at age 17, before moving to Arizona for college. Bruckheimer was a member of the Stamp Collecting Club. He graduated with a degree in psychology from the University of Arizona and he was a member of the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. A film buff at an age with an interest in photography. After college Bruckheimer worked in advertising in Detroit and New York City, as of 2010, Bruckheimer has produced over 40 feature films, and is regarded in the industry as one of the most successful film producers of all time.
Bruckheimer started producing films in the 1970s, after leaving his job in advertising and they had worked together on the films The Culpepper Cattle Company, Farewell, My Lovely, and March or Die. Bruckheimer worked with Paul Schrader on two films, American Gigolo and Cat People, which began to give him notice in Hollywood, during the 1980s and 1990s, he was a co-producer with Don Simpson of a string of highly successful Hollywood films for Paramount Pictures. He originally met Don at a screening of 1973s The Harder They Come at Warner Brothers, the two worked together and created Bruckheimers first big hit, 1983s Flashdance, which brought in US$95 million, an incredible sum for an R-rated film. He had a number of hits during that time period, including the Beverly Hills Cop films, Top Gun. Top Gun marked his first collaboration with English director Tony Scott, while working with Simpson, Bruckheimer became known as Mr. Outside because of his experience with film making, while Simpson became known as Mr.
Inside because of his film industry contacts. The Rock was the last film in which Bruckheimer collaborated with Simpson, Bruckheimer stipulated that The Rock be dedicated to the memory of Simpson. His other hit films produced include Remember the Titans, Black Hawk Down and he has acquired the rights to produce a film based on the popular role playing game by Palladium Books, Rifts. Early in his career, Bruckheimer produced television commercials, including one for Pepsi, since 1997 he has branched out into television, creating a number of police dramas of which CSI, Crime Scene Investigation has been the most successful. He has produced the reality game show The Amazing Race, in May 2008 CBS announced it had picked up Bruckheimers newest series, Eleventh Hour, for the 2008–2009 broadcast television season
Gabriel Macht is an American actor. Macht is known for playing The Spirit in the eponymous 2008 film adaptation, Macht was born in The Bronx, New York, the son of Suzanne Victoria Pulier, a museum curator and archivist, and actor Stephen Macht. He has three siblings, Jesse, a musician, Ari Serbin, and Julie, both of his parents are Jewish. Macht was raised in California from the age of five, after graduating Beverly Hills High School, he attended Carnegie Mellon College of Fine Arts, where he graduated in 1994. During his time at Carnegie Mellon he became a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity, Macht was nominated for the Best Young Motion Picture Actor Award after playing his first role at age eight in the film Why Would I Lie. under the stage name Gabriel Swann. He has appeared in film and television roles including A Love Song for Bobby Long, Because I Said So, The Recruit. For the 2001 film Behind Enemy Lines, Macht spent a week at sea filming on the deck, corridors. Macht played the role in Frank Millers 2008 adaptation of Will Eisners comic creation The Spirit.
Although the film was a failure upon release, the film. In July 2010, it was announced that Macht had signed on to star in the new USA Network drama Suits, the show has been a success for Gabriel and USA Network, and was renewed for a seventh season in July 2016. Macht married Australian-born actress Jacinda Barrett in 2004, the couples first child, a girl, Satine Anais Geraldine Macht, was born August 20,2007 in Los Angeles. They had a child, a son named Luca, on February 26,2014. Macht has been the best friend of his Suits co-star Sarah Rafferty for over 20 years, Macht is a vegetarian and practices green living. Gabriel Macht at the Internet Movie Database